And Hope to Die
A French criminal on the run, heads to Canada where he joins a gang of criminals who are plotting a complicated robbery. Their foolproof plan blows up in their faces when the... Read more
And Hope to Die
Directed by Rene Clement
And Hope to Die
From René Clément, the iconic director of Forbidden Games, Purple Noon, Joy House, Rider on the Rain and The Deadly Trap, comes this action-packed crime film starring Jean-Louis Trintignant (Les Biches, The Conformist), Robert Ryan (Day of the Outlaw, The Wild Bunch) and Aldo Ray (God’s Little Acre, Nightfall). Antoine “Froggy” Cardot (Trintignant), a French criminal on the run, heads to Canada where he joins a gang of criminals, Charley (Ryan), Mattone (Ray) and Rizzio (Jean Gaven, The Story of O), who are plotting a complicated robbery. Their foolproof plan blows up in their faces when they end up kidnapping a crime lord’s daughter and accidently killing her. Sébastien Japrisot (A Very Long Engagement, Farewell, Friend) wrote the screenplay for this suspenseful thriller, based on a bestselling novel by David Goodis (Dark Passage, Shoot the Piano Player). Music by legendary composer Francis Lai (Love Story).
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